Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Theater on 1970-11-08
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Dire Wolf, I Know You Rider, Dark Hollow, Rosalie McFall, El Paso, Operator, Ripple, Friend Of The Devil, Wake Up Little Susie, Uncle John's Band
Morning Dew, Me & My Uncle, Mystery Train-> My Babe, Around & Around, New Orleans-> Searchin', It's All Over Now Baby Blue, Casey Jones, Truckin'-> Dark Star-> The Main Ten-> Dancin' In The Streets, Not Fade Away-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Not Fade Away-> Good Lovin'-> Drums-> Good Lovin'
First set acoustic Other artist(s): NRPS
notes: *NRPS set (complete) available seperately
Although the Lee/Hance/PCRP source of this is certainly
sonically better, I've always loved the Lengandary Marty's
recording as well. I think this copy of Jerry Moore's is
the best and most unmonlested I've heard it. Enjoy.
- mar > 7" reel @ 3.75 ips, dolby b; master: akg d190e > uher 4000L 5" open reel deck taped by Marty Weinberg technics rs-1506 > teac an-180/b > tascam hd-p2 24/96 > pc > cd wave > adobe audition 2.0 > flac; transferred & seeded by Rob Berger april 2012
- Port Chester, NY
- Run time
- Taped by
- Jerry Moore and Marty Weinberg
- Transferred by
- Rob Berger
- Capitol Theater
Subject: Would love a copy
Yes, I did record this and your Morning Dew story is true.
However, the original copy is gone and I would love to hear my commentary, so long ago!, between sets. If you can't get it up into archive, please contact me at email@example.com
btw, its sad that the original recorded quality will probably never be heard. My fault for not passing it on while the tape was in good condition...
Subject: To disgruntledgoat:
Subject: Morning Dew Backstory
What really sets it apart, though, is that that the first minute and a half or so of Morning Dew is NOT cut. The story that came with the tape was that Marty had attended and taped the whole Capitol Theater run, but the band hadn't played a Morning Dew on 11/5, 11/6, or 11/7. On the last night of the run, Marty passed a note to the band (via roadie or security guard) requesting that they play Morning Dew. About 22 seconds into the song, you can hear Marty's friend (I think she was identified as "Lucy" during the intermission) say "They got your message! yeah ... happy?" It's a sweet moment that makes an amazing Dew even better.
The rest of the tape is identical to the one posted here. I'd like to share these tracks, maybe as a supplement to this Archive post, but it appears the Grateful Dead section of the Archive isn't accepting public uploads.
Subject: Best Morning Dew Ever
Subject: thank you
Subject: Wow - Pigpen can really sing
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